Upgrading the county's accounting system to Superion OneSolution from IFAS. The upgrade includes improvements to employee portal, workflows, and business processes.
Replacing 4 nodes with new servers that have Windows Server 2016 and improved performance capabilities. Recently added SSD storage array to the cluster for high speed data transfers.
This project will upgrade all servers that are still using Windows Server 2003 as their operating systems to more recent versions.
This project will replace outdated computers for various departments to newer/faster models.
This project will add additional monitoring, deployment, and backup tools for the domain environment with the implementation of Microsoft System Center.
This project upgraded the phone system to a ShoreTel VOIP based phone system.
This project upgraded the public-facing website to a SharePoint 2013 platform. The look and feel of the website was modernized and updated with responsive mobile friendly design.
This project upgraded the main network connection lines going into the datacenters to 1 Gb fiber connection.
A 4 node Hyper-V cluster was created using Microsoft Hyper-V technology. A SAN was installed and configured for the cluster to utilize as storage space. The Hyper-V cluster allows virtual servers/computers to be hosted on each node. The nodes also provide failover technology, giving the County a high-availability environment for the virtual servers that reside on the cluster. The 4 node cluster is in addition to the 2 node cluster that was built 2 years ago. In all, there are currently 33 virtual servers being hosted in the clusters.
A countywide intranet was created using SharePoint 2013 Enterprise software. The intranet will be another resource for collaboration and file sharing for the County. We are gradually rolling out site collections for each department to use.
Updated the County's GIS system to ArcGIS 10.3. The servers reside on a virtualized environment on the Hyper-V cluster with high availability. This upgrade greatly improved mapping speeds and capabilities for the County.